Question about GE Kitchen Ranges
Our 20 year old GE elec oven still works great. The timer went out some time ago but just the other day it started buzzing on its own and we couldn't get it to stop. So, using my extensive intellect I removed the metal cover to access the wiring going into the clock unit and disconnected everything. Well, needless to say the burners now don't work and I made no notes of where the various wires I pulled need to connect!! I there someplace I can go to see the wiring? All of the conncectors are intact, so it is just a matter of slipping the appropriate wires back into place. Can you help?
Thanks - Rob
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn off power to range first!!!
You'll have to remove the back of the panel in which the clock is installed to access the back of the clock. There will be two wires attached to the clock. Just pulling one of these wires off will stop the clock.
I would suggest, however, that you pull both wires off, put electrical tape on the ends of the connectors, and tuck them out of the way somewhere around the clock.
Posted on May 03, 2009
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